About The Raveness
World renowned for over a decade as the original artist pioneering with her signature distorted combination of harpsichord and organ, a depiction of the claviorganum in heavy resonance. Delivering an exhilarating approach to classical music and stunning with the knowledge that reflecting her writing skills she is a complete autodidact who’s never received any form of classical training and is additionally a player of strings though seldom features them as the main instrument.
Battling with cancer she published her history and private journals written from childhood in the repeat sell out book ‘Lavinia volume one’ (2006) a collection of poetic entries evolving around being a victim of domestic, emotional, psychological, sexual violence and mental illness married with her self-researched historical verse. After defeating cancer a book of the complete journals ‘The Lavinia volumes’ (2008) was published. Sober and returning to frolicking with absinthe in the form of an instrument, she coined the recording of her poem ‘Emerald blood’ (2001) using the spirit, sugar, spoon, fountain and glass in a first of its kind percussion to accompany the confessional verse thus becoming the prologue to ‘Of blood and absinthe’ (2012) and to her surprise its impression upon global indie music has amassed a success rate not usual to an attention shy artist so intentionally underground.